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In The Romanovs

Who were the Romanovs?

Answer . The Romanovs ruled Russia from 1613-1917 when they were ousted by the broadly based revolution in March of that year.
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Who is Romanov?

The ruling house of Russia - that is the royal family under the Czars. In a sense analogous to the British House of Windsor, it would be bad form to refer to Queen Elizabeth a ( Full Answer )
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Who was Anastasia Romanov?

Anastasia Romanova was the fourth and last daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia she had on younghr brother and three older sisters. She is correctly styled Her Imperial High ( Full Answer )
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What Romanovs survived?

It was thought that Anastasia had survived for many years, but this is not true. They were all killed in the Romanov massacre.
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Who killed the romanovs?

The Romanovs were killed by group of ten men. Their leader was a man called Yakov. Each man had their own target in the execution.
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What movies are about the Romanovs?

There was one in the thirties- Rasputin and the Empress, which starred two of the Barrymore dynasty ( unlike Romanovs, tnis dynasty is still afloat). an even earlier film with ( Full Answer )
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How were the Romanovs killed?

They were shot in the basement of the Ipatiev house in Ekaterinburg, Siberia with rifle and automatic weapons (a few M-1911 Colts made in the USA) by Cheka officers, Red Guard ( Full Answer )
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What is Romanov?

Romanov was the ruling house ( Family) of Czarist Russia. They were in power froml6l3-l9l7. in l9l3 the 300Th anniversary for the Dynasty was celebrated. Celebrated Romanov ru ( Full Answer )
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The massacre of the romanovs?

On July 17, 1918, The Romanov family was taken to the basement of the Ipatiev House where they were being kept captive. The guards told them that they needed a picture of them ( Full Answer )
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What did Romanovs do?

The Ruling House of Russia. Actually calling Anastasia ( Anastasia Romanov) when the Czarist government was intact- would be as bad form as referring to Queen Elizabeth II as ( Full Answer )